I have always thought that I figured things out when I decided to research the generation, 607, 1914, etc.
I had an epiphany and realized it was triggered much earlier. About 2 years ago for some odd reason, while I was a very solid Witness, I started reading the news, landed on a random article about scientology, and eventually a book written by Jenna Miscavige called Beyond Belief. She writes about growing up in the religion, the leaders who she was related to, and how she left. I guess it would be the same as Anthony Morris' niece writing a book about Jehovah's Witnesses.
Anyone else read this book or have a similar experience?